Camino De Santiago


Just a “Taste” of the Camino – Walk the last 100 kilometers of the Camino de Santiago

A pilgrim undertakes this journey across Northern Spain to follow the footsteps of monarchs, noblemen, writers and poets, and to journey with so many other pilgrims from all over the world.

Our adventure along the Camino de Santiago, Europe’s legendary pilgrimage takes us through the Spanish countryside, showing us its people, its food, it’s past and present until we reach Santiago de Compostela the final destination of the adventure.

When you’ve checked out the other companies that can take you along the Camino, you will find that our price is competitive and our tour of the highest quality.  That is because we’ve been making this journey since 1995.  We personally know each and every hotel, family run Inn, and restaurant owner and also maintain the integrity of the Camino.

Come travel across Spain with the company that helped pave the way, let us show you the Camino the way it should be seen….up close and personal.


Day 1
Arrival in the beautiful city of León, once the capital of the ancient Kingdom. You will be greeted by your Spain Adventures specialists and after a welcome lunch and brief presentation of the days to come, the adventure begins. We pick up our credenciales which will log our footsteps along the Camino and later this afternoon we shuttle to El Bierzo so that you can have a fresh start tomorrow.
Day 2
With scallop shells on, backpack on our backs
we get our first glimpses of the green Galician countryside.
Our walk begins in the Bierzo and we make our way up to a beautiful little hamlet of Celtic houses and a church which houses the Chalice of a 14th century legendary Miracle. The scenery today will take your breath away and we’re all warmed up for our first full walk tomorrow.
Today’s walk: 13.2 kms 8.2 miles
Day 3
Our day starts with a steady climb to the Alto do Poio, the highest point of the Camino de Santiago in Galicia. After a stamp and a coffee, we start our descent down to the town of Triacastela, named after the 3 castles that once stood watch over the village. We hop in the van for one last shuttle to our accommodations for the evening.
Today’s walk 21 kms 12 miles
Day 4
Our destination is a town rebuilt stone by stone exactly as it was in 993A.D. Today the roads will take us through lush green forests and primitive farms still worked as they were a thousand years ago. Tonight we dine with our friend and host watch wide-eyed as he offers his special queimada a tradition of Galicia, which conjures up tales of witches and spirits.
Today’s walk: 21.5 kms 13 miles
Day 5
Our journey to Palas del Rei is marked by cruceiros and many historical remnants along the way. This area is one of the most important to art historians throughout the world because of its abundance of Romanesque architecture. Our shuttle awaits to take us to our accommodations for this evening, a traditional, magical, pazo owned by the same family for 300 years. Prepare to dine as Kings and Queens.
Today’s walk: 23.9 kms 14.8 miles
Day 6
The first stretch of your walk today is dotted with small hamlets hidden among the eucalyptus trees all within a short distance from one another. We’re almost to Santiago and there is no need to rush and so today we walk to Arca and return to our manor house at the end of the day.
Today’s walk: 19.4 kms 12.12 miles
Day 7
Today we begin our final walk to reach our destination. We start where we left off yesterday and an exciting day awaits us. Walking through eucalyptus forests we ascend the Monte de Gozo where, from the top of the mountain we see Santiago de Compostela for the very first time. We enter the city and continue to follow the familiar yellow arrows that have guided us for many days until we see the cathedral before us. We go directly to collect our much deserved Compostela and the afternoon is yours to explore the many ruas of this beautiful city. Tonight we meet for our farewell dinner and our celebration of a journey you’ll remember, always!
Today’s walk” 19.2 kms 12.2 miles
Day 8
Departures from Santiago
2017 Dates
April 09-16
May 21-28
June 11-18
July 16-23
August 13-20
Sept 17-24
October 15-22
Oct 30-Nov 6

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8 Days/7 Nights


Average miles per day: 16.3 Limited to 14 people


What's Included
• Accommodations
• Breakfast
• Picnic lunch daily
• Snacks on route
• Bottled Water
• Bi-lingual guide
• Support Vehicle
• Farewell dinner

Price : $2795.00

Arrive: Leon
Depart: Santiago